Soul is likely not the first word that comes to mind when you think of Bloomington, Ind. But that’s where saxophonist Durand Jones moved to attend graduate school in 2012, eventually finding his way into Indiana University’s famed Soul Revue. He reluctantly became one of their singers, and his voice fit the genre like a glove—at turns seductive and provocative, always edged with the rasp of experience. Others took notice: Through the Revue, Jones met the rest of the band that soon became the soul-loving Indications. On their self-titled 2016 debut, his anguished, irresistible croon held the quintet’s deeply funky grooves and fluttering rhythms tight.